[MlMt] Deleting messages once and for all?; 2FA
tech at leding.net
Sun Jun 20 20:49:54 EDT 2021
Curiosity got me - and Schrodinger’s cat…
I tested this and it does indeed work using a rule on the destination
Deleted mailbox. There is even a “Permanently Delete” rule action.
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On 20 Jun 2021, at 17:42, Antonio Leding wrote:
> Re: permanently deleting a message in a single step, I think this
> could be done using a rule on the Deleted mailbox. I’ll leave the
> testing to you but I do something similar with removing all tags and
> setting the Read flag for messages I delete…
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> On 20 Jun 2021, at 17:31, Roger Bohn via mailmate wrote:
>> Short version: Is there a secret preference or other mechanism to
>> “Delete” a message so that it immediately gets deleted from the
>> ## Longer version: Delete a message in a single step??
>> * When a message is deleted (backspace key) in Mailmate, it goes into
>> a “Deleted Messages” folder. There it sits, indefinitely.
>> * Messages in this folder have not yet been deleted from the mail
>> server. A separate step is required to delete from it
>> * Therefore, they still show up in my iPad and phone mailboxes.
>> * this provides protection against accidental deletion, but in many
>> cases I don’t want this protection.
>> Is there a way to get a message deleted from the server in a single
>> step, without its sitting in limbo in a “Deleted” folder? I
>> can’t find any mention of “delete” in the documentation.
>> ## Duo 2-factor authentication = not a problem
>> Following up on my message a few weeks ago. UCSD implemented 2-factor
>> authentication for email. I had zero trouble with MM. But strangely
>> enough my iPad email stopped working - apparently a surprise to UCSD
>> IT’s department as well.
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